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A RECAP OF RADIO ADD RECAPS

At Top 40Epic has three tracks in the Top 10 Most Added column this week, starting with REGARD’s "You" f/Troye Sivan & Tate McRae. Impacting with 43 adds, it takes the #1 Most Added honor this week. Epic also sees AJ Mitchell’s "STOP" pull in 21 additional stations as well as 14 more on GIVĒON’s "Heartbreak Anniversary" (Not So Fast). Columbia stacks 35 more stations on Lil Nas X’s "Montero (Call Me by Your Name),” while RCA grabs 32 more on Doja Cat’s "Kiss Me More" f/SZA (Kemosabe). Warner brings in another 24 adds on Nessa Barrett’s "la di die" f/jxdn and Interscope hauls in 18 more adds on Kali Uchis’ "telepatía" (Virgin EMI). Capitol's Duncan Laurence sees an additional 15 stations on "Arcade" as Def Jam’s Justin Bieber’ picks up 14 more on "Hold On." Closing out the Top 10 is Hollywood’s Sofia Carson with 13 adds on "Fool's Gold."  

Meanwhile at RhythmColumbia’s Polo G nabs 46 impact adds on “RAPSTAR,” which is this week’s big winner. Warner sees 34 believers jump on board Ericka Banks' “Toot That” as Epic picks up 24 stations first week on DDG x OG Parker's “Rule #1” f/Lil Yachty. Capitol’s Internet Money ropes in another 14 on “JETSKI” f/Lil Tecca & Lil Mosey, which now has over 40 stations on board. Interscope’s Kali Uchis and Geffen’s Rod Wave both haul in another 8 commitments on “telepatía” and “Tombstone,” respectively. 

And at Modern RockRCA’s half•alive takes the top honor this week with “What’s Wrong.” Other winners include Warner’s Black Keys with “Crawling Kingsnake,” Hollywood’s Area 21 with “La La La,” Mom+Pop with Alice Merton’s “Vertigo” and Beach Bunny’s “Cloud 9,” Virgin’s The Maine with “Sticky,” Glassnote’s CHVRCHES with “He Said She Said,” Hollywood’s Dreamers with “Palm Reader” and 10k Projects/Capitol’s Peach Tree Rascals with “Change My Mind.”

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